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    February 8, 2013
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♪ people say i'm crazy ♪ i'm just a little touched or our fear of change and what it will inevitably bring. ♪ too much ♪ 'cause i always feel like ♪ ♪ somebody's watching me being someone else for a night can be fun... or scary. either way, it's only one night, and when the masks are off, and we're being ourselves again, we have nothing to hide behind, and maybe that's okay. but my night in manhattan had taught me one thing. no matter what you're going through, it's always better if you have people to share it with. i was lucky. i wasn't an island at all. seriously, he's got a cute butt. (laughs) ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me ♪
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-- captions by vitac -- this is kpix5 news on the cw. a week long murder mystery solved. police arrest a man accused of killing a teen and leaving her body in a park. good evening, i'm elizabeth cook. >> and i'm ken bastida.
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joe vasquez has new details about that man. joe. >> reporter: ken, just as a community gathered to grieve here at this memorial, we've learned some more information about the suspect, 32-year-old anthony lamar jones. according to the sheriff's department, he now faces charges of murder, kidnapping, and rape. they came from all over northern california. fairfield where 13-year-old janelle conaway was murdered. where she lived with her foster family, vallejo where she used to live with her natural mom. josh allen is her birth father. >> what do you want to say to this guy who did this? >> you know, i mean, he'll get what he deserves. >> 500 people lit candles and said a prayer at the site where janelle's naked body was discovered just one week ago. just a few hours after cops announced an arrest. >> no answers. the questions why and why didn't you leave her alone?
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and i hope you get what is coming to you. >> jones was identified early on as a suspect. since then, he has been under 24 hour surveillance. there was no danger to public. >> the suspected murder, 32- year-old anthony lamar jones is a barber by trade. these photos from a social networking site show him hard at work at the crowns barber shop. one of several places surrounded by yellow tape today. a section of east taber, was also a crime scene. this is where a surveillance camera captured janelle's image moments before she was kidnapped. >> super creepy, my little girl here, so it's creepy, but i'm glad they caught the guy. >> police and fbi investigators spent the day collecting evidence at jones' home on clipper lane where folks can't believe their neighbor was capable of kidnapping, rape, and murder. >> strange and quiet.
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you didn't really say much. >> jones is scheduled for his first court date next wednesday. ken, there's a mix of anger here tonight, mourning, comfort for the family and appreciation to the police in catching the man who they say killed the 13- year-old girl. >> yeah, and still a will lot of shock. joe vasquez in fairfield tonight, thank you, joe. the exl.a. cop is still on the loose. detectives searched his mom's home in orange county and removed ten bags of evidence. cbs reporter, edward lawrence, tells us once again the weather is not helping the search. edward. >> reporter: exactly, elizabeth. that search is focused on big bear, an area near a ski resort and they had to stop searching the woods in that area because the snow is accumulating too greatly for them to get through there. now they will start searching again in the morning. however, there are two dozen officers on the mountain near big bear. they are on the roads.
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they are just waiting to see if they can find christopher. at the moment, there's been no sight of him. the sheriff also confirmed that the tracks around the car, one of the tracks was a pair of skis. they followed that track for six miles. still, no sign of him. >> tactical teams are searching in a snowstorm as the hunt continues for accused killer, christopher dorner. the burned out truck was found east of los angeles on thursday. authorities are trying to search hundreds of cabins over eight square miles. >> we're going to continue searching until either we discover that he left the mountain or we find him, one or the two. >> dorner was fired in 2008. police released surveillance photos of him at an l.a. area hotel. investigators say his rampage started six days later when he shot and killed two people, including the daughter of a police captain. on thursday, authorities say he exchanged gunfire with two police officers and got away. later he shot and killed
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another officer who was at a stoplight. police in los angeles are on high alert. officers continue to look for clues that will lead them to the suspect. investigators searched the home of dorner's mother and carried out boxes of evidence. u.s. marshals and armed officers stood nearby. >> obviously, dorner's where abouts are unknown. we want to take precaution. >> dorner declared war on law enforcement in the manifesto on facebook. the 33-year-old believes he can avoid capture, writing, i will utilize every bit of small arms training, demolition, ordinance, and survival training i've been given. dorner will need those survival skills if he's still in the big bear area. the temperatures are below freezing. >> now the l.a.p.d. here is on tactical alert and that means officers will not ride alone. they are very worried here because they have seen that the bullet that dorner has can rip right through a car and a bullet proof vest. reporting live in los angeles, edward lawrence, elizabeth, back to you. >> is there any talk that this
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former l.a. police officer that was trained and was trained as a sniper, and he obviously knows what he is doing. he has this manifesto. any talk that this big car is nothing but a diversion to distract police officers while he goes some place else? >> you know, that is something that they are considering. he did leave his wallet in san diego. he also tried to rob an 81-year- old man of his boat in san diego, but he came back up to river side county and he committed the murders after all of that. so, they are considering that this could be a diversion. but they don't want to lead any stone unturned. if he's in that area, it's a very confined area. there's one way in, one way out. so they would like to trap him in there. if he's in there. they have to execute all possibilities and they are following through on this big bear option. >> already, edward lawrence in los angeles, thank you. some new details tonight, how the monte mansion murder, police statement shows ravish
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was blindfolded and gagged with packing tape. his hands and his feet were also bound behind his back. his wife told police that the attackers then tied her up next to him saying quote, be quiet if you want to live. she called 911 when they left, but kumra was dead by the time officers arrived. officers say he died from asphyxiation. forensic evidence led to three men with oakland gang ties. police say the ghost town and money team gangs have been working together targeting asian and east indian families. investigators think a prostitute led them to his home. the feds say a would be terrorist thought he was about to trigger a civil war by blowing up a bay area bank. the kpix5 reporter tells us, he made a critical planning error letting the fbi build his bomb. >> the end of the line for matthewcame here at this bank of america branch near the
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oakland airport. a partner who he thought was a member of the taliban was actually an undercover fbi agent. and agents arrested him as he attempted to detonate, what he thought was a bomb. he recently lived at this north san jose home with his father. neighbors say the family lived here for years and very reclusive. they are also shocked by today's arrest. >> does that concern you? >> well yes, of course it does. especially with two small children. >> but he also has a criminal history where he was arrested on weapons charges in 2011. and his own father told investigators that matthew had converted to islam. matthew was a former marine with a belief that the secret police or government is trying to follow him. according to today's federal criminal complaint, laniza told the fbi agent he would dance with joy when the bomb exploded. >> wow. that's as real as you're going
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to get. something hitting that close to home. hopefully -- thankfully it was thwarted. each contained what he thought was a powerful explosive mixture. he bought two cell phones, one to be used as a detonator, the other as a trigger. since there was no bomb, it was harmless. >> and court documents show this plot began on november 20. that is when he made contact with that under cover fbi agent. he made his first appearance in federal court today. he faces a life prison sentence if convicted. reporting live in san jose, i'm mark sayer, kpix5. a hand cuffed prisoner who managed to escape police has been rearrested. san jose police first arrested anthony sanchez on wednesday on outstanding warrants. officers used two sets of handcuffs because he is a large man. he managed to step over the handcuffs so they were in front
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of him and stole a police van. police say he was still wearing both sets of cuffs when officers found him sleeping in a stolen truck last night. >> it's an accepted law enforcement practice to chain behind them. in this case, it came back to bit us. >> sanchez was arrested on car theft and burglary, possession of narcotics and stolen property and two probation violation warrants. a steak house is back open for business tonight after serving up something that made people sick. kpix5 reporter tells us the place needed a thorough cleaning, first. >> the beer nets started suspecting something was off when they overheard the whispers of waiters. >> i did hear them saying, wash your hands. wash your hands. is now it's all coming together. >> then, they couldn't order the appetizer they wanted. >> there are a couple things
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we didn't have. >> a norovirus thing is exactly what shut down the steak house two days ago. two diners and several employees came down with the stubborn virus, which causes diarrhea and vomiting and can only be ban niched with bleach. be banished with bleach. workers cleaned and disinfected the place for 14 hours today. and had to retrain on food handling and undergo an inspection before reopening. management would not go on camera but released a statement saying we feel confident we can safely do so. this is an isolated occurrence. but television the second aggressive norovirus linked to a restaurant in this area in ten days. dozens o people were sickened after an event catered by the north park deli in concord. health officials say the virus
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is so contagious, it's tough to track where it's coming from. norovirus hits hardest in the winter months and stopping it is a no brainer. you heard this before, but wash your hands with soap and water. sanitizer will not cut it. live in walnut creek, kristen ayers, kpix5. coming up, here is more food for thought. we are days away from the new year, but why is there concern surrounding the year of the snake? >> this is a live look in massachusetts. a snowstorm so fierce, states are banning people from driving on the roads and it's just getting started. boston just recorded a wind gust of 76 miles per hour. it couldn't be more calm around here. we have cold conditions, but dry conditions. find out how long the dry weather will stick around this time coming up in your forecast. ,,, [ woman ] don't forget the yard work!
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to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. goes on, it's only going t a potentially historic blizzard is blasting the northeast and as the night goes on, it's only going to get worse. this is a scene in massachusetts right now. emergency vehicles and this car with media members are the only ones on the road. in fact, they are the only vehicles allowed on the road. and from what cbs reporter, marley hall tells us, they could have a hard time keeping up. >> driving snow is blanketing eastern long island. stranding dozens of cars along impassable roads. blizzard warnings are in effect from parts of new jersey to maine. with wind gusts up to 75 miles
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per hour. >> this is intense. it's no joke. >> a nasa satellite photo shows two storm systems colliding to make a dangerous nor'easter. >> by saturday, 7:00 a.m., the worst of the blizzard will be in southeast new england. >> thousands of flights are canceled, leaving passengers scrambling to make other plans. and amtrak suspended service in the northeast corridor friday afternoon. >> it's just been really stressful trying to figure out how to maneuver the transportation system. >> nobody is going anywhere here in hartford. the roads are empty. several governors declared emergencies and are already warning about the cleanup ahead. >> the recovery will be slow. people should prepare for that. >> with a blower and a shovel, this team has their snow removal down to a science. >> we have a measuring tape out back. every eight inches, i'm going to knock off 8 inches. >> the mayor is telling
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residents to sit tight. take it easy. >> when it's all over, the hardest hit areas could see as much as 3 feet of snow. marley hall for cbs news, hartford, connecticut. the east coast snowstorm is having a big impact on bay area travel. that's right, dozens of flights had to be grounded or delayed today at sfo with more expected tomorrow. flights into and out of newark, jfk, and boston's logan airport have been the most affected. >> i feel like i should go back to hawaii. we came from hawaii yesterday. so why didn't they call us there and say you don't have to come back. >> find out about flight delays before heading to the airport. you can find a link to the airport delay tracker in our story on the front page of cbssf.com. chief meteorologist has been tracking the storm back east and the nice, calm weather
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here. >> could you get two more opposite forecast? 75-mile per hour winds and for us, chilly tonight, sunshine near 60 degrees tomorrow. we are the envy of the world. if you like sunshine, you'll love my forecast. let's talk about new york city and boston and places like that. you can't see much in new york. there's a reason for it. snow is coming down at 3 inches per hour in the city with a 40- mile per hour wind gust. that's the textbook definition of a blizzard. let's switch over to our weather maps and show you the heavy snow from philadelphia and wil mington delaware up i- 95 through hartford and providence and boston all the way up to portland, maine. big-time storm there. for us, nothing. kpix5, high definition radar showing dry conditions. some of you squeezed out a quarter of an inch of rain fall, but that rain is done. we were sunny this afternoon. the 36th time we've been sunny out of 39 days. only three cloudy days so far this year. so exiting is the low pressure
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area that gave us that rain fall. no longer a factor in our weather. what is entering is an area of high pressure. and this one, just like the past two, likely going to stick around for more than a week, perhaps as long as two weeks. i don't see a drop of rain anywhere. high pressure stays off to our west, which is a chilly, northerly flow for the next several nights. afternoons will get progressively milder, and 10 or more hours of sunshine tomorrow and every day through this time next week. it's all about the sunshine for the next several days. lows will be in the 30s and next week, we'll work our way into the 60s. upper 50s tomorrow. concord 57. san jose 57. campbell, 57 with sunshine. san ramon 57. alameda 57. san francisco tomorrow chilly, but sunny, 55 degrees. milder on sunday. monday, tuesday, wednesday, sunny and dry. thursday, friday, we're going
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to approach 70 degrees by the end of the week in the south bay. there is not a hint of a drop of rain anywhere close to here. >> it's hard to complain, though. it's really hard to complain. >> i need a little more snow. >> i know. >> we are just two days away from the yore of the snake. families all over the bay area are getting ready. >> people are cleaning their homes, they are stuffing red envelopes with money for the kids. buying oranges, all traditional things. as kpix reporter, sharon chin shows us, preparing food and lots of it. >> families in china host parties to celebrate lunar new year's eve. this restaurant in san francisco china town carries on the century's old tradition. >> you have to make your own. >> and you do it together. >> wilma pang showed how to
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make a sugar filled dough ball in soup. it's harder than it looks. >> there's a hole in it. wait, there are two holes. >> wilma and volunteers are part of a better chinatown tomorrow. they educate the community about chinese culture. >> the dutch house is shaped like a crescent moon, also shaped like -- indicated prosperity. >> these students came for a taste of chinese culture and dumpling cuisine. the new year, 4711 is the year of the snake. one of the 12 zodiac animals. some say it's good news for finances, but others know snake years include the 1929 depression, pearl harbor in 1941. the massacre in 1989, and september 11 in 2001. some plan to slither from risk. >> move with caution, just like a snake. they are very cautious. >> whatever you think of the year of the snake, it does
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start on sunday. so, happy chinese new year. in san francisco, sharon chin, kpix5. get out of your exercise rut and keep your new year's resolution. >> we'll show you the blitz workouts that will shake things up. ,, well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv
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this is about the time that many of us get stuck in a rut and we ditch our new year's resolutions. >> it's easier to stay in bed or on the couch than go to the gym. >> dr. kim checked out a new way to keep you focused with the blitz workout. >> running, biking, swimming. even the best of us can hit a plateau. >> that's a lot of shaking. >> when a workout no longer works. if that's the case. >> more sweat,less talk. >> try doing the blitz. >> a little more athletic. something a little more in your face. >> arm circles, get it going. >> the director of blitz at sports club l.a. in san francisco. >> let it rest on the shoulder. >> blitz is a tougher circuit
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training. the group is small. every exercise scaled to an individual's fitness. >> incoming classes i have are athletic people working out with some deconditioned people as well. >> on this day, she gave blitz a try. >> switch hands. >> as for a workout, she got one. >> i was sweating with the boys, which was nice. it definitely was a different class than i'm used to and less than half an hour, it was way more. >> at the end of the class, you feel good because you worked hard and you suffered with people. >> you suffered with people. >> yeah. sometimes it makes it not as bad, you know. >> dr. kim, kpix5. >> all right. shocker, folks, bill murray makes the scene at pebble beach
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was 83. ...2 former fresno state legendary coach passed away tonight. he was 83. 200 wins and 32 years of coaching the game. coach will want us to play on, and we will. clock is running. warriors down 3 late at memphis. stove currie bangs one. and then, ties the game at 83. spin off the inbound, steals it. flips it to currie. launches, and the warriors take
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the lead. all just within a few seconds. 32 points, tied a season high. then it was over. mark and the grizzlies just put this one to bed. third time this season, the grizzlies beat the warriors. round two, pebble beach. that is harris barton, pretty good put. playing with bill murray, reaches in, gets the ball, and yeah, you have a souvenir. just chucks it away. coleaders after two rounds of play. this is ted potter jr. off the cbs radar. nobody got him, but the kpix cameras were all over it. this is our cameras getting him with grant, atop of the leader board after two rounds. >> see you at 11:00. ,,

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